Jamie is an associate in the Firm’s entertainment group. Her practice focuses on entertainment transactions with a focus on development and production deals for scripted and unscripted television, film, music, branding and endorsement deals, and representation of content creators.
Jamie graduated cum laude from the University of Miami School of Law with a LL.M. in entertainment, arts, and sports law. While in Miami, Jamie immersed herself in the Miami art and music scene, volunteering with LegalARTLink, a program dedicated to providing artists with affordable legal support and encouraging a generation of artists who are armed with the knowledge to legally protect their creations.
Jamie received her bachelors in marketing from the University of Georgia, where she also completed a demanding music business certificate program and spent her summers participating in grassroots marketing campaigns for local musicians.
Prior to joining Weintraub Tobin, Jamie worked in business and legal affairs in Lionsgate’s television group.
Outside of the office, Jamie can be found hiking, cheering on the Georgia Bulldogs, or putting on pop-up concerts with SoFar Sounds, an organization that curates intimate concerts around the globe.
Named on Variety Magazine’s Legal Impact Report, 2021
University of Miami School of Law, Miami, FL
JD/LLM in Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law, Cum Laude, 2016
University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Bachelor of Business Administration, Marketing, 2013
Four Weintraub Attorneys Named to Variety’s 2021 Legal Impact Report
Weintraub Tobin is pleased to announce that Jessica Marlow, Wayne Kazan, Shaun Gordon, and Jamie Lincenberg have been named to Variety’s 2021 Legal Impact Report. Variety spotlights the world’s top lawyers in entertainment and media in the annual Report,
Jamie Lincenberg Joins Weintraub
Weintraub is pleased to welcome Jamie Lincenberg to our Entertainment group. Jamie’s practice focuses on entertainment and Digital Media transactions with a focus on development and production deals for scripted and unscripted television,